Tony Nguyen of [email protected] writes:
"I have something to confess. I hadn't even heard of Schrödinger’s Cat and the Raiders of the Lost Quark until I approached it for review. However, this means that, just like the concept itself, it's simultaneously a good game and a bad game until I play it. Both possibilities exist. So, is this digital download a pleasant surprise, or an exercise in frustration? It's actually both, and that's what pains me the most about this adventure: It could have been something special, but I can honestly say that I had more fun watching the game play out than I did actually being in control of it."